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Jun 09 2012
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Illusions CanyonSedona, AZ
Sedona, AZ
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Canyoneering5.50 Miles 1,900 AEG
Canyoneering5.50 Miles
1,900 ft AEG
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Words cannot describe.
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May 19 2012
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Mount Baldy LoopAlpine, AZ
Alpine, AZ
Hiking avatar May 19 2012
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Hiking15.00 Miles 2,880 AEG
Hiking15.00 Miles
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Beautiful weather, grassy meadows, aspens in the sunlight, hammocks, crawdads, cozy campfires, owls hooting and wolves howling (and car alarms disengaging...) all night long. Mt. Baldy was the first "hard" hike I ever did as a teenager and it was great to be back after so long. Up the East, down the West. Some of the tundra reminds me of Colorado. Love, love, love the White Mountains so much.
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May 12 2012
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Humphreys Summit Trail #151Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar May 12 2012
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Hiking10.25 Miles 3,313 AEG
Hiking10.25 Miles
3,313 ft AEG
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There is nothing like climbing a good mountain to clear the mind after a crazy stressful week. Gorgeous weather, perfect conditions. Perma-smile started at the saddle and lasted to the summit. Felt great on top. I love it when a hike is pure enjoyment!!
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Apr 13 2012
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Point Dume climbing, CA 
Point Dume climbing, CA
 
Climbing avatar Apr 13 2012
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Was cold and windy and the wall was already busy so we didn't want to wait and continued on our adventure. Putting this here as a huge note to self, must come back! Ocean-view climbing! Looked awesome.
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Apr 12 2012
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Joshua Tree Climbing, CA 
Joshua Tree Climbing, CA
 
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Well, we didn't have much beta and so were winging it as the route we wanted to do was busy. Kind of did a crazy zig-zagging route up Double Dip (5.6). Looked like everything else was mostly mixed or trad nearby. It was a walk-off, except we didn't know the official exit route and did some fun rock-hopping down instead. Would love to come back and explore more at Joshua Tree!!
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Apr 08 2012
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Rock Creek Canyon - MazatzalsPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
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Canyoneering8.00 Miles 3,300 AEG
Canyoneering8.00 Miles
3,300 ft AEG
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Wow! What an amazing canyon! The approach was super gnarly, we lost the trail several times and had plenty of crazy uphill bush-whacking to contend with. We were all stoked to finally make it to the drop-in point and begin our traverse down the waterfall-wonderland of Rock Creek. The geologic formation of the canyon is like nothing I have ever seen before; the angle of the rocks was so slanted in some spots that it was almost disorienting. The rappels were all gorgeous, green and mossy and definitely not what one would expect to see in the middle of the desert. No swimmers, only two waist-deep cold pools that were unavoidable. We ended up doing 7 rappels, the 180' was my favorite - although we did pass some webbing and down-climbed around some other potential rappels.

We knew we were out of the technical section when we began seeing the abandoned piping from the former pakalolo farm. The exit was just as rough as the approach, even with the gps route it was difficult to find the trail especially since it was dark by then. Ended up taking a mix of ridges, washes and creek beds back to camp. Ben found something that looked like 2 old burial sites while doing some scouting up on a ridge that was far from trail, very unlikely that many would ever encounter it -- I googled info on mazatzal burial sites but haven't turned anything up yet -- definitely curious as to what he found.

All in all it was a fun and long day, the Mazzies definitely make for some rugged hiking and will put your route-finding skills to the test. The canyon was beautiful, the adventure was intense, it was an unforgettable trip with a great group of friends. :)

P.S. I found a nice Kershaw knife along the trail; while I'm happy to keep it I have a feeling it may belong to a fellow HAZ'er. If it sounds familiar, let me know. :)
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Mar 24 2012
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Picketpost Mountain SummitGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 24 2012
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Hiking4.00 Miles 1,921 AEG
Hiking4.00 Miles
1,921 ft AEG
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At the start of hike...

B: So what's your snake noise?
Me: Snake noise?
B: Ya, the noise you make when encountering a snake.
Me: I don't know, I've never been the first one to encounter a snake on a hike -- 'cause me and snakes, we're cool like that.

Less than 5 minutes later...

Me: Oh @#$%#!! Oh #$@#!! Oh@#$@#$# SNAKE!!


Haha, I definitely learned what my "snake noise" is today (loud cussing!) while doing a quick backwards-scramble down a steep section on Picketpost after coming face-to-face with a rattler today. Other than that, what an enjoyable hike... we had the whole mountain to ourselves along with a ton of wildflowers to keep us company. The route-finding proved to be interesting as it seems like a mishmash of cairns and arrows up there. Great views from the top. Los Hermanos for dinner - the machines in their bathrooms always make me laugh. ;)

P.S. How did that metal bench get up there at the summit?
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Mar 03 2012
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Waterholes CanyonNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Canyoneering avatar Mar 03 2012
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Canyoneering2.50 Miles 2 AEG
Canyoneering2.50 Miles
2 ft AEG
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Ah, Waterholes, you stole my heart... and blew my mind! What an amazing canyon. Definitely a great challenge, both physically and mentally. We dropped in early Saturday morning to find the canyon dusted with snow, making it even more beautiful. With heavy packs and tons of gear, we made our way through the many amazing rappels, downclimbs and narrows. We leapfrogged through and quickly made it to the zipline spot where we got held up for a bit as we ran into another group going through. They were awesome and set up the zipline for us so no one had to brave the frigid pond (complete with a dead duck floating in it...).

We continued on to the staging area for the "Big Drop", where we went over the rappel sequence one last time. Before I knew it, it was my turn to do the 3-stager, the part I was most nervous about. Focus, focus, focus. First came the super-awkward crack squeeze down to the first ledge. Here I stopped and took it all in, doing a reality check and asking myself "do you realize you are seriously standing here in a tiny nook partway down a 400' wall?!? I felt surprisingly calm at this realization. Then down to the Edge of the World anchor, switched ropes while an angel kept me calm, then continued on the rest of the 300' down. It was a peaceful ride down, it was unbelievable how far away the ground looked though. Made it down safe & sound, with tired hands and a huge smile... wahoooo!!!

After a clean rope pull, some group shots and a few more rappels, we finally made it to the Colorado River. Rafting down a hypothermic river, at sunset, on a pool toy no less... this was the other part of the trip that I was anxious about. We were not there for more than a few minutes before some nice fishermen in a boat pulled up and asked if we wanted a ride back to Lee's Ferry. I couldn't believe this, as earlier in the day I had secretly made a wish that this exact thing would happen!! But alas, after hauling those packrafts around all day, we decided to take the adventurous route and float the river instead. With the bright moon to light the way, it took us 1.5 hours to paddle back to Lee's Ferry, where some friends awaited to help us load up gear and head back to camp.

It was an unforgettable adventure with an incredible group of people, of which I feel very grateful for! Adding to the day, we also came upon the wall scribblings of the Swiss man who was rescued out of the canyon 2 weeks ago after spending 3 nights stranded in there. How he made it down with no gear and didn't fall/die is beyond me. He had etched all kinds of things into the wall, a lot of it sounded like he was losing his grip on his sanity (understandable, considering the spot he was stuck at). It felt to me like it was his last will and testament, both fascinating and sad to read. But of all the things we found scratched in the wall, the one that stuck out to me the most read: "Love is all one needs." That pretty much sums it all up, don't you think?
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Jan 21 2012
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Superstition RidgelinePhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 21 2012
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Hiking11.50 Miles 4,480 AEG
Hiking11.50 Miles
4,480 ft AEG
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Supes Ridgeline, finally! Loved it. Up Flatiron, down Carney. Stellar views... I will always have a greater appreciation for these mountains when I see them from the 60 now, having had hiked across the top from one end to the other! Lots of sharp objects along the trail, lots of up down up down up down, jacket on off on off on off. The route-finding was really not that bad, there were cairns everywhere which helped on the rocky sections with no trail. Felt like we were moving slow with all the climbing but we finished in 6 hours, what an enjoyable day. :y:
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Jan 08 2012
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Motorcycle Canyon, NV 
Motorcycle Canyon, NV
 
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Canyoneering7.00 Miles
Canyoneering7.00 Miles
Intermediate Canyoneering - Difficult or dangerous; Tech Climb; rope reqd; descent anchor; exit technical;
A - Dry or little water; shallow or avoidable water; no wet/dry suit
III - Normally requires most of a day
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Fun technical canyon in Nevada which is best done by staging a car at the Goldstrike TH for the exit. Scenic canyon with some pretty good downclimbing, sweet narrows and 4-5 rappels. All were fairly straightforward with the exception of #4, which could either be a 2-stage or a single rappel followed by a pretty exposed downclimb down the next drop. Found the 1970s dirtbike which the canyon is named after. Saw two groups of bighorn sheep as well. Motorcycle dumps out into Goldstrike Canyon, which we hiked all the way down to the Colorado River before exiting while enjoying the hotsprings along the way.
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Jan 07 2012
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Red Rocks Climbing, NV 
Red Rocks Climbing, NV
 
Climbing avatar Jan 07 2012
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LOVE this area! I understand now why I have heard so much about it. Saturday was crowded and so a lot of time was spent wandering around to find routes that weren't taken. Monday was warm and beautiful, absolutely perfect conditions but we had to cut it short to drive back to Phoenix. Shared the wall with two other fun groups - one was an incredibly stoned couple who both kept repeating "This wall is ahhhmmmmaaaaazzzinnnggg!" :D

Saturday:
Ultraman Wall - Scent of an Ultraman route (5.7) -- No "let me down" freakouts!

Black Corridor - Crude Behavior (5.9+) - Did not think I could do this one but made it 5' from the top, hand were too numb from the cold wind to make it past the slight overhang. Fun route with big ledges.


Monday:
Panty Wall - Brief Encounters [5.8] and Silk Panties (5.7). Had a blast on both.


Did some hiking down the strip too. :)
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Dec 26 2011
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Queen Creek Cyn / Devil's Cyn Upper - ThroneGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Climbing avatar Dec 26 2011
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 Dr. Giggles 5.7Toprope
 The Jester 5.7Sport
Working on getting past the "I can't do this get me DOWN" mentality :) Love this area!
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Dec 22 2011
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Camelback Mountain / Praying MonkPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Climbing avatar Dec 22 2011
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I generally avoid Camelback because weird stuff always happens there and yesterday was no exception! After a half day at work, headed up to Praying Monk for my 2nd outdoor climb ever! We were at the first headwall route when a random man in a red jacket and santa hat came ambling up (of whom shall be called "Santa" for the rest of this triplog). Santa asked us if the Praying Monk was up that way. He had no climbing gear, no water and was wearing velcro orthopedic shoes, all of which caused me great concern when he began trying to free-climb up the wall. We all tried to dissuade him (I was scared he was going to fall and die right there in front of us) but he kept going despite our multiple warnings that there would be no easy way down. My group asked Santa again how he planned on getting down and when he responded with "I dunno" I realized this man was either a) insane or b) some kind of expert climber in holiday disguise. He kept going as my group had a perplexed discussion about our strange encounter with the man in the red hat.

We made it to the main wall where we found Santa again, along with two other friendly climbers who had just finished the east face as well. Santa asked me about the "funny shoes" (climbing shoes) we were wearing and again I was dumbfounded at how strange this situation was getting. The climbing commenced and we were buzzed twice by a police helicopter as 4 of the 5 of us made it to the top. Then a news helicopter comes rolling up and hovers there, filming us for awhile. I was to be the last climber up, receiving a top belay but the noise of the chopper prevented me from being able to communicate with the climbers on top. By the time the helicopter flew off, it was getting dark and we all agreed to call it a day.

The other climbers departed and kindly offered to assist our mystery Santa back down, but not before he got a little lecture about how lucky he was that there were other folks around to help him out. I'm a little bummed we ran out of daylight for me to climb the main wall but it was fun anyway with the bizarre Santa encounter and the news chopper. I definitely got some valuable experience lead belaying too and can't wait to get back out there.

Oh, and as for the news chopper... the footage they filmed was on the 10pm news as they did a little segment on the mystery Christmas tree on top of the monk. An all around amusing experience. :)
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Dec 18 2011
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West Fork Oak Creek Trail #108Sedona, AZ
Sedona, AZ
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Hiking2.00 Miles 200 AEG
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West fork in the snow = beautiful!
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Dec 11 2011
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Southern AZ Caving Adventure, AZ 
Southern AZ Caving Adventure, AZ
 
Caving avatar Dec 11 2011
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Caving with a legend as a trip leader.
Unforgettable!!!!!!!!
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Dec 10 2011
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Peppersauce CaveTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
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Did this as a "practice" cave on Saturday in preparation for Sunday's "real" cave -- if there was even a modicum of claustrophobia in me, I wanted to find out in Peppersauce. We explored and wandered the rooms & tunnels, went down the rabbit hole, found two underground lakes and encountered some cool formations tucked away in some of the passageways. We explored quite a bit but I didn't realize how much I enjoyed it until after we got out -- I must have exclaimed "that was so fun!" 500 times after exiting the cave. :)

However, seeing the graffiti and destruction in there made me lose my faith in humanity (again). Some guys we ran into were taking a cigarette break at the back of the cave, what the heck? I was so annoyed by the inescapable smell, possibly due to having heightened senses in the dark? Nonetheless, it is an interesting cave and I can see how it must have been so beautiful before it was destroyed by many idiots over the years.
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Oct 05 2011
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Trans Catalina Trail - Catalina Island, CA 
Trans Catalina Trail - Catalina Island, CA
 
Backpack avatar Oct 05 2011
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Backpack40.00 Miles 7,000 AEG
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Had a blast backpacking the TCT on Catalina Island! Secluded beach bonfires, dolphins jumping out of the water, amazing ocean views, funky little towns and harbors, encounters with wild bison, fragrant fields of anise, vivid sunsets... amazing! Definitely got a feel for the island after trekking all across it for 5 days. The terrain was mostly steep uphill, steep downhill, rinse lather & repeat for the entire trip. Lots of options as to which trail or road to take. We had to find some creative ways to get around the bison (they seem to particularly love laying right in the middle of the trail). It was pretty amazing to be able to buy ice-cream in the middle of the trip too. Good times, great company... it doesn't get better than that! :y:

Day 1 - San Pedro ferry to Two Harbors
Day 2 - Two Harbors to Parson's Landing + Fool's Hill
Day 3 - Parson's Landing to Little Harbor
Day 4 - Little Harbor to Black Jack + Mt. Orizaba
Day 5 - Black Jack to Avalon and then back to San Pedro.
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Sep 24 2011
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Reavis Ranch via 109 SouthGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Backpack avatar Sep 24 2011
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Backpack15.00 Miles 2,350 AEG
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Fun backpack out to Reavis Ranch in search of apples. Found tons of 'em, along with bear scat, crazy deer and peaceful overgrown meadows full of butterflies & dragonflies. The hike in was pretty hot but it turned amazing as soon as the pine trees began to appear. I really loved this whole area, especially since it is so steeped in lore about Mr. Reavis and his eccentric ways. Climbed some trees, hid in the orchard at dusk in hopes of seeing a bear, ate lots of apples, stepped in bear poo... good times. :)

We never did see any bears - but did spot some other backpackers and a troop of unhappy-looking boyscouts instead. Thank you to the big family having a party at the trailhead on our way out, they shared burgers and coca colas with us!! Gotta love random acts of kindness in unexpected places.
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Sep 03 2011
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Bluejohn CanyonSoutheast, UT
Southeast, UT
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Canyoneering17.00 Miles
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Bluejohn Canyon - AKA the one where Aron Ralston had to amputate his hand after getting it trapped behind a fallen chockstone, the experience of which inspired his book and the movie 127 Hours. Bluejohn is named after an outlaw and is one of many slot canyons in the Robber's Roost area of UT. There's a variety of entrance/exit side-canyons but we chose the main fork through to Horseshoe Canyon so that we could see the amazing "Great Gallery" pictograph area on the exit.

Our approach was an easy flat hike but then the canyon abruptly starts off with some pretty immediate drops right into the first narrows area. And when I say narrow, I mean it!! Much of this downclimbing involved jamming feet, hands, kees & elbows between the two walls and chimneying/stemming/shimming down with as much control as possible. Falling here would be bad! :scared: I did feel a bit overwhelmed with the awkwardness of it all at first but soon figured it out and found myself having a blast while maneuvering through these beautiful sandstone walls, even through complete darkness in some spots. The canyon opened up pretty quickly, followed by a long open walk to the lower section(where the infamous chockstone is located).

Here we had to downclimb a jammed log and dropped right into another cool narrows section. This one was even narrower and darker with more twists and boulders to climb over, plus lots of mud to contend with. One of these boulders was the chockstone where Aron Ralson was stuck but we walked right past it at first (it is much easier to recognize when looking up-canyon). The rappel at the end was really cool, mostly freehanging into a really pretty area. We exited through Horseshoe Canyon and tried to find the dinosaur tracks but no luck on that. Made our way to the Great Gallery and spent some time pondering the meanings of the paintings and the people who left them there. Found a few other noteworthy pictographs on the way out, all appeared to be different styles. The canyon itself was already cool but seeing these were like icing in the cake.

It was a fun day with a great group and definitely a unique experience stand there at the "Aron" rock and look at a spot where something so intense and life-changing happened to someone. Especially since it just looks like any other boulder that could have dropped there thousands of years ago. I also really loved the Great Gallery - I had been wanting to go there for a long time, ever since I saw some random photos of it from a friend's Utah trip long ago. It turned out to be a happy coincidence that they were the finale of our day at Bluejohn. The whole Robber's Roost area grew on me and I look forward to exploring it more in the future. :)
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Aug 06 2011
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Tonto Trail: Bright Angel Trail to Hermit TrNorthwest, AZ
Northwest, AZ
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Hiking24.00 Miles 5,700 AEG
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Down Hermit - across Tonto - up Bright Angel. I questioned my sanity when agreeing to do this trip and confirmed the madness was real while hiking those 13 miles along the HOT Tonto in full-sun. Carried 6L of water and topped off at Monument Creek. I cannot begin to describe how elated we felt upon reaching the shade and cool water of Indian Gardens, that place was like heaven on earth!! Luckily the hike up Bright Angel was 100% in the shade. According to the ranger, it was 105+ degrees along the Tonto. Hiking in that heat was a total pumpkin-kicker, I just did whatever my body wanted without question (slow down, take some deep breaths, more electrolytes, etc). This hike definitely made me so grateful for the simple things in life... i.e. a spot of shade, a tiny bit of breeze, cold water, taking a shower. Everyone was smiling at the end of the night -- an unforgettable adventure with a great group of (crazy) people.
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